The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly v. XXII, no. 44

Series: New York Weekly — v. 22 no. 44
Contents: Forsaken (Work)
A life at stake (Work, chapters 9-10)
Friendless and homeless (Work)
The old gun (Work)
The perverse invalid : a lesson for wayward wives (Work)
A death-bed story (Work)
American nation's song : after reading the great advertisement of "The American news company, nos. 119 and 121 Nassau Street, New York" (Work)
The heiress of Locust Hill (Work)
Baby Carrie (Work)
The burnt-mill farm : a story of England fifty years ago (Work, chapters 17-19)
Wild Redburn; or, The poisoner's daughter (Work, chapter 24)
Poor Carlotta (Work)
Grinder papers. Second series (Work, no. 23)
The doom of the outcast (Work)
"Passing away" (Work)
Literary fame (Work)
The Rainbow. A Dramatic Fantasy (Work)
The doomed husband (Work)
The sewing girl (Work)
Date: September 19, 1867
Publisher: Street & Smith (New York: 11 Frankfort St.) -- United States of America
Edition Description: Also includes: Pleasant paragraphs (department), short filler items, publisher's advertisements, To correspondents (department), Items of interest (department), The Josh Billings papers (department), Doestick's letters (department), Our knowledge box (department).
Length: 8 pages

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